Brigadier General Joseph Ssemwanga, the commandant of the Armored Brigade headquarters, says they have dispatched officers on ground to study the situation, adding that they will soon share briefs with the respective Resident District Commissioner to determine their next course of action.
Even when there is glaring evidence of mismanagement, council has remained silent. A few examples include failure of council to task management to explain why peoples retirement savings are mismanaged and yet those who mismanage them often pay themselves all their benefits and leave free as if nothing happened, reads the letter.
The arrested are Robert Kambugu Ssenyonga, the chairperson of Youth for Justice Brigade, a coalition of opposition political parties and Steven Ngobya Mulindwa, the groups mobilizer. They say the ruling of the Supreme Court was unsatisfactory.
Vincent Ssentongo, the spokesperson, Masaka United Taxi Drivers and Owners Cooperative Society, says it was unnecessary for the taxi operators from Kampala to resort to violence yet the matter could have been resolved amicably.
Taban Kiriga, the Officer in charge of criminal investigations Rakai district explained to URN that Lwakataka is wanted in connection with the brutal murder of nine family members in Kyebe Sub County in Rakai district last year.
Ogwal says the gang commander he identifies as Hussein Biswaza was gunned down last month in a gun fire exchange with cops during an attempted robbery at a supermarket in Nyendo town ship in the outskirts of Masaka town.
Last year, districts in the region signed the River Mpanga Management plan aimed at protecting the river from destruction. Since then, nothing has been done, which has resulted into encroachment on the river threatening its existence.
He says Bukakata road has been included on the list of 21 priority roads, which are to be tarmacked this financial year. Kyadondo says they are done with the first stages of demarcating the road size and width and evaluation of properties, which will be affected by the road works.
According to Mpungu, Masaka SSâ€™s teams including the school football team, girlsâ€™ football team and netball teams will not participate in any sports activities organized by Masaka district Sports Committee until major reforms are done.